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Audi A1 Citycarver 2019 hatching for the city


The compact cross-hatch Audi A1 Citycarver 2019-2020 is officially presented in Ingolstadt, Germany. The world premiere of the all-new Audi with the original name Citycarver (literally translated as “city Carver") is scheduled for the autumn as part of the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2019. Taking orders for the new Audi A1 Citycalled compact hatchback opens in Europe from August 1, 2019, at a price of 22650 euros for the Audi A1 TFSI 30 Citycarver cross hatch with a 116-horsepower petrol three-cylinder turbo engine.

Audi representatives are positioning the new model as a cross-hatch, which is ideal for moving around the city and country roads, and you can even walk on slightly rough terrain. The new default model with front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive won’t even cost extra. It is worth noting that in fact the Audi A1 Citycarver is the platform brother of the new Audi A1 Sportback hatchback (both models are built on the MQB-A0 platform), but the ground clearance has increased by 40 mm, a more aggressive appearance and a plastic protective body kit along the lower perimeter of the body. Such a compact pseudo-crossover, and rightly so, raised the hatchback.

Audi A1 Citycarver 2019 hatching for the city

In the photo in our review, the Audi A1 Citycarver is presented in the publication’s welcome speech, and the autonomica looks quite stylish and bright. The body is painted in orange and pulse flaunts an octagonal grille, like a real German crossover, massive bumpers with bright aerodynamic details, large 18-inch wheels, tinted headlights and taillights. Black painted roof, exterior mirrors, decals and logos, plastic fender flares on the wheel arches, lower doors and sills, and a silver "Edition One" badge on the door.

Audi A1 Citycarver 2019 hatching for the city

By the way, the basic version of the "urban Carver" looks less impressive. The environment is not so rich, the wheels are 16-inch, one-color body with color.

The ground clearance of the Citycarver is 40 mm higher than the regular Audi A1 Sportback hatchback. This gain is provided by 35mm of raised suspension and the addition of 5mm through the use of 16-inch wheels (the original hatchback complements the standard 15-inch wheels). That’s the whole off-road arsenal inherited by the new model.

Audi A1 Citycarver 2019 hatching for the city

Differences in the interior shading of the Citycarver from the simple Audi A1 hatchback are minimal and limited to the use of bright decorative panels, bland interior, and a standard virtual instrument cluster with a 10.25-inch screen. Customers can choose from four color options for decorative inserts: mint green, copper, orange or silver blue.

Audi A1 Citycarver 2019 hatching for the city

On the long list of options is an MMI infotainment system with a 10.1-inch display, navigation with Google Earth, digital radio, service here like Wi-Fi internet, Bang & Olufsen premium 3D sound system, rear view camera, parking assistant, and also a host of electronic safety systems, from adaptive cruise control to lane keeping. But that is not all. Buyers of a new cross-hatch can significantly complement and improve the car’s technology. At an additional cost, an adaptive suspension is offered, sports brakes with red calipers, dynamic performance steering and even a drive sound that changes the “voice” of the exhaust system.

Specifications Audi A1 Citycarver

The new cross hatch is offered in two versions with turbocharged petrol engines, working in a company with a 6 manual transmission or a 7-speed robotic gearbox S tronic / Fife tronic, front-wheel drive exclusively.
Citycarver Audi A1 30 TFSI with a 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine (116 hp and 200 Nm) and Audi TFSI for the A1 Citycarver 35 with a more powerful 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbo engine (150 HP and 250 Nm).

Post source: wekauto.ru

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